Democracy Now! television program for Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Kerry Wins NH By Large Margin, Dean Second
White House Now Clams Hussein Was Not Imminent Threat
6 U.S. Soldiers, 2 CNN Workers Die in Iraq
Baghdad hotel Hit By Bombing, 4 Dead
Govt: Patriot Act Never Used to Violate Civil Liberties
ACLU Complains to UN over US Detentions
Kerry Wins Second Major Victory In NH; Dean Remains Defiant After Coming In Second
Sen. John Kerry won the New Hampshire primary last night capturing 39% of the vote with Howard Dean coming in second with 26. Gen. Wesley Clark edged by Sen. John Edwards, both with 12, for third place and Sen. Joseph Lieberman came in fifth with 9. Rep. Dennis Kucinich had 2 of the vote and Al Sharpton, who skipped New Hampshire, came in last with less than 1%.
"I Don't Need Their Permission To Run For President" - Kucinich Shrugs Off Critics
Despite ending with single digits in New Hampshire Rep. Dennis Kucinich is vowing not to end his campaign and continues to shrug off pundits who have begun to suggest that he and the Rev. Al Sharpton should not be allowed to participate in further debates.
"I Think A Lot Of The Democrats Who Are Running Are Capable Of Beating Bush" - NH Voters Speak Out
Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill takes to the streets of New Hampshire to hear the opinions of a cross-section of voters in the Granite state.
John Kerry: From Vietnam Hero to Antiwar Activist, From Iran-Contra Investigator to a Leading Voice on Capitol Hill
We examine the life of John Kerry with Michael Kranish, reporter for the Boston Globe, who co-authored an extensive seven part series on John Kerry for the Globe.